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The West, especially the coastal states, offer a recreational playground to the Pacific Ocean. A drive down the Pacific Coast highway from Seattle to San Francisco to Los Angeles to San Diego offers scenic views not available any place else in the world.
Big Sky is ideally located approximately midway between West Yellowstone and Bozeman, MT, just 15 miles the northwestern border of the Yellowstone National Park. Surrounded by the Gallatin Forest, it is known as "The Meadow" area of Big Sky and lies in an Alpine valley formed long ago. It's rugged beauty is one of the primary reasons tourists are so attracted to the area.
Founded in 1859 by a small group of prospectors, Breckinridge's Gold Rush brought droves of settlers seeking their fortunes. Breckenridge's rich history is full of gold finds and mining, exploration and adventure, brothels and saloons, booms and busts. The town also has one of the largest historic districts in the state of Colorado, with more than 200 structures on the National Register of Historic Places.
Denver as a city had its beginnings like no other. In 1858, gold was discovered at the base of the Rocky Mountains creating a stampede into the region. "Pikes Peak or Bust!" became a rallying cry for those flooding to the area. Famed American author Horace Greeley described the rapidly growing metropolis as a "log city of 150 dwellings, not three-fourths completed nor two-thirds inhabited, nor one-third fit to be." With some effort, and over a barrel of whisky, it gradually sorted itself and became the city of Denver. Fittingly enough, the first permanent structure in Denver was a saloon!
One cannot consider Jackson Hole as a singular destination. The Grand Teton Mountain range, Yellowstone National Park, and the National Elk Refuge are all inspiring destinations to themselves. The Jackson Hole Ski Resort area sits right in the middle of all this natural beauty.
This notorious hedonist destination, commonly known as the “Entertainment Capital of the World,” offers visitors every opportunity to make it or break it. Las Vegas’ energetic and glitzy environment attracts visitors from all over the world. Colossal casinos, fascinating shows, sprawling game floors and an invasion of neon lights attract tourist like no other city. But these mega-resorts offer guests more than just slot machines and drink. Spas, pools, luxury hotel rooms, elite clubs, and exotic restaurants are now part of the allure.
The City of Angels, La La Land, the Entertainment Capital of the World—Los Angeles needs no introduction. 41.4 million people visit Los Angeles each year. With its iconic landmarks, world class dining, and amazing weather, the city is everything you imagined and so much more. From star-studded Hollywood to the picturesque sandy beaches of Malibu ... Los Angeles has something for everyone.
Salt lake City and Utah is an excellent destination for the outdoor adventurer. No area in the USA offers such breathtaking views of the National Parks of Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and Zion. If that isn't enough, the Wasatch Mountains add their own incredible views as viewed from scenic highways and secluded destinations. Utah is excellent for mountain biking, climbing, hiking, rafting, skiing and a host of other outdoor adventures and Salt Lake City is the gateway to it all.
If you want a laid-back, family-friendly vacation, San Diego should be a top contender. With friendly locals, 75 miles of beautiful coastline, world-class attractions like SeaWorld and the San Diego Zoo and a laid-back vibe all its own, San Diego is known as California's playground. It has been described as the most well-rounded U.S. destination as it satisfies the needs of many different vacationers.